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  • Effects Of Hypnosis
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    The Methodology of Therapeutic Processes of the Mind and Their Effect on the Body The mind has an incredible power. We see it as we go through our everyday activities, constantly displaying the wonders of logic, thought, memory and creativity. Yet, can the mind be more powerful than we know? Is it possible to reduce or even eliminate pain, illness and disease by using the natural powers it possesses? Can the mind heal? Many researchers and scientists have explored that question, and while the ex...
  • Melatonin Hormone Unproven As Sleep Aid
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    It seems as though every time we turn around there is a new health fad, be it a drug, herb or diet. Within the past 10 years the drug melatonin has hit the market and seems to have made quite a splash with the public and the media. At a time when an estimated thirty to forty million Americans suffer from serious sleep disorders that interfere with their sleep quality and health, many are desperate for an easy solution (Sleep Foundation 1). The media claims that this wonder drug melatonin is the ...
  • Limits Of Accepted Ethical Medical Research
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    Abstract The medical field has developed in an extraordinary way over the past few decades. It has been helped by the enormous progress in technology and computer science that have vastly extended the possibilities of experimentation on human beings. These experiments have led to many saved lives and have lengthened our average life spans. But are some medical researchers pushing the envelope too far? In the article Sham Surgery, a doctor uses a very controversial "placebo" technique in trying t...
  • Effects Of Placebos On Depressed Patients
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    Abstract While some can see the use of placebos as unethical and pointless, much research has been conducted to prove otherwise. Research teams have discovered the positive effects that placebos can have in treating people with depression. Results have concluded that suicide rates and reduction in symptoms of depression are much the same for patients treated with either placebos or active drugs. These similarities have caused some researchers to believe that placebos can bring about bias in rese...
  • Developmental Effects Of A Bibliotherapy
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    Bibliotherapy Children's Literature as Bibliotherapy Essay, Research Paper Children's Literature as a Resource for Classroom Guidance Bibliotherapy is defined as a process or activity designed to help individuals solve problems or better understand themselves through their response to literature or media (Bod art, 1980). It consists of reading, viewing, or hearing of material, followed by a discussion led by a facilitator. The therapy takes place during this dynamic interaction between the reade...

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